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Lomography Metropolis - 120 films

Our Price: £13.50 GBP


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Lomography Metropolis 120 est le PREMIER film négatif couleur moyen format sur le marché depuis plus de cinq ans!

Lomography Metropolis 120 a été soigneusement conçu pour produire des photos désaturées à fort contraste - affinées pour imiter l'esthétique des cinémas et des livres photo d'autrefois - et très différentes des autres films frais disponibles à l'achat aujourd'hui.

Après une campagne de Kickstarter très réussi à lever les fonds de production, Lomography apporte maintenant ce merveilleux film de format moyen LomoChrome Metropolis sur le marché!

Prenez un rouleau maintenant pour profiter du grain fin, des noirs profonds, du contraste élevé et de la courbe tonale abrupte de certaines photographies de film moyen format sérieusement dramatiques.Pour plus d'informations sur comment tirer le meilleur parti du film, consultez notre article surLes conseils internes de Lomography!

Également disponible en35 mm et110 format.


Format: 120
Couleur: Couleur
Type: Négatif
ISO: 100 à 400
Expositions: 12
Taille du paquet: 1


Pour en savoir plus sur les détails ci-dessus, vous pouvezconsultez notre guide du film ou si vous voulez de l'inspiration, rendez-vous sur notre page surchoisir votre prochain film.


La lomographie est à l'avant-garde de la révolution analogique depuis des décennies. À partir de 1992, certains étudiants viennois tombant amoureux de l'esthétique d'une caméra soviétique particulière, l'emblématique LC-A, ils ont fondé un mouvement et une société qui introduiraient une nouvelle génération aux joies des caméras plastiques et du film expérimental. Innover périodiquement de nouvelles caméras pour les formats existants - et parfois ramener des formats spécialement pour leurs caméras! - ils sont dynamiques et créatifsve

Pour plus d'informations sur la marque, consultez notre bio deLomographie


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Lorsque vous achetez votre film de caméra chez nous, nous pouvons l'expédier à travers le Royaume-Uni, l'Europe, les États-Unis, la Nouvelle-Zélande, l'Australie et le Canada, d'autres pays sont prévus prochainement! Alors achetez votre Lomography Metropolis 120 Film aujourd'hui et replongez-vous dans le plaisir de la photographie de film Lomography moyen format!y!

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews

A lovely experimental film, never quite know what youre going to get - but that's the fun of it!

The Man From Lomo

The description of this film intrigued me. Would it produce colours evoking hanging out with Bowie in 1970s Berlin, or resembling stills from a classic Cold War Spy Movie? I desided to try it out on a dull and rainy day in Cumbria in February-a dull and rainy day even by the usual standards of Cumbrian winter days, rating the film at ISO 400 in my Rolleicord. While wandering round Brougham churchyard just outside the Lake District, I found lots of minimally wintry greens and browns to turn my lens on. Metropolis took me back to my earliest days in photography, when Margaret Thatcher was PM, there was still a Soviet Union and New Romantics ruled the charts. The colour rendering was pleasingly evocative of the likes of Kodacolour and Agfacolour . The punchy contrast cut through the greyness. Overall I can't wait to fire up another roll, maybe in the city...LOMO not FOMO!

Gritty & great

My new favourite film. Typically you would think to use this in industrial areas, but where this film really stands out is when you introduce vivid colours into the shot, turns bright colours into muted yet beautiful shades that are full of depth! The contrast on this film is spectacular!

Trying something different

Was intrigued to try this one as I liked the idea of high contrast and low saturation.
Shot it at ISO 200 on a Mamiya tlr and had it lab processed, probably should have had it scanned at the time too!
Quite taken with the results, I got the subdued tones I was hoping for on some autumnal pictures of local holiday resorts. Mostly shot on fairly dull, grey days which possibly helped to give the effect I was looking for.
Definitely one to use again.

Like it for now and then

I tried a 35mm film of this back in February and wasn't sure about it (did a review). I thought I'd see how it was on a brighter day, and also wanted to try the 120mm. The photos that I like, I really like: they have a delicate and slightly dream-like quality (as a vague guide, the flowers at the front of the garden photo are in fact bright orange). I'm not sure if I wouldn't get the same solour effect pulling a decent (cheaper) colour film, but maybe I would also lose definition I may have to experiment. I think if this film is in the camera a bit of extra thought is needed as to whether what you want to photograph will really suit (or be suited by) this film, and that's not a bad thing. But then, you have to allow for happy accidents as well, as always.